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The list includes Jack Stiegler, who heads the Snohomish County branch of SCORE; Maya Sullivan, author of “Dare to Be Your Own Boss;” and Jean Simpson, of GROWashington and the Girandola Academy.Also, two presenters from the 2015 Sno Isle Libraries TEDx, Anna Rohrbough and Matt Cail, will teach classes this fall. Our strategic focus says ‘We will build economically sound communities (through) entrepreneur and small-business support,’” Rodeheaver said.

“We’re committed to helping start and grow businesses,” said Lead Librarian for Business Kassy Rodeheaver.

Rodeheaver and community-library staff members have lined up 40 classes that start Aug. “We’ve got everything from ‘Steps to Starting a New Business’ to more advanced subjects such as ‘SEO and Getting Your Business to Rank on Google,’” Rodeheaver said.

“And, lots more in-between.” Teaching the classes are 10 local and regional experts in a variety of business-support areas.

“I’m excited about the expertise of our presenters,” Rodeheaver said, adding that many have advanced business degrees and years of experience managing their own businesses.

“Some areas have more or fewer classes based on the classes each library chose to host,” Rodeheaver said. They are all free and open to the public.” So why does Sno-Isle Libraries offer business classes? “We’ve got programs going on all the time in our libraries and we’re adding new resources and new offerings; just check for the latest at our website, sno-isle.org/business.” Originally published Aug.

9, 2016 A new music series is coming to the Edmonds Library in partnership with the City of Edmonds Arts Commission.

“We’re excited to bring entertaining and informative musical performances to the library,” said Edmonds Library Managing Librarian Richard Suico.

The series will be in the Plaza Room above the library.

Three of the scheduled five events will coincide with Art Walk Edmonds on the third Thursday of the month.

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